We use exclusively top quality sintered bases with high molecular density. We use 3 different P-Tex ( 2000 / 4000 / 5000 ) bases throughout the range which are carefully chosen to match the individual ski.
Shaped for hard pack. The tip and tail are traditional, classic-shaped which gives great carving qualities as well as ease of use and precision. The under-foot camber guarantees stability, edge grip and rebound.
We reviewed the way we use our different edges throughout the entire range, with a focus on increasing durability of the skis that get the heaviest use. We’ve done this by varying the thickness of the edge along the length of the majority of the skis. The touring and free-touring ranges now benefit from a wider edge in places to help resist impacts associated with poor snow cover. The only skis with a completely straight and thinner edge profile are the competition touring range for weight-saving reasons. The edges are in 3 distinct widths; 1.8mm, 2.0mm & 2.4mm.
All of our MOVEMENT experience & expertise is used in this construction. Only the best materials are used, but the key to this technology remains a closely-guarded secret!
A mix of the cutting-edge of ski technology aimed at the elite of the competition ski-alpinism world. Using the same NORTH TPT technology that is used in the aerospace industry and Formula 1, the RISE PRO X is one of the most high tech ski products on the market. The ski combines a super-light wood core with high density reinforcements along the edge for a superior transmission of pressures, along with a complex glass/carbon fibre TPT weave. This exclusive technology helped MOVEMENT achieve an incredible 670g weight for the 160cm model without compromise on performance or durability of the ski. The rocker geometry of the ski gives it a reliable feel and efficient movement in all types of snow. The efficiency of the base was also a top priority when designing this ski. We opted for a high molecular density P-TEX 5000 Wcup. This is the ski to dominate the world’s toughest ski alpinism competitions.